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Why does my pain come and go?

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by jwiles, Aug 8, 2015.

  1. jwiles

    jwiles Peer Supporter

    I've been studying TMS for almost a month now. For the first three weeks i saw a lot of improvement and returned to a lot activities. The last week hasn't been so good though. A day or two of not much pain. But the rest of the week just same old shifting pain. Is this common for a lot of people? for pain to reduce and come back on and off in their progress/recovery?
  2. hecate105

    hecate105 Well known member

    Oh yeah.... ! Pain does everything it an to try to make you take notice. I have been 95% better for over two years, but recently have had pain every day and night. It has appeared in my ankle, my shoulders, neck and back. I have consistently 'TMSed' it - and sent it away, but several times it has persisted for hours or kept reappearing. The proof tho - is that I am not in pain now, I was not in pain whilst rendering a wall, and I was not in pain at 9pm last night when I had to stack a few hundred bricks out ready for the builders! When I was distracted by activity and in a rush to get things done - or when I was caught up in the act of rendering - NO PAIN! So therefore it was TMS pain and not any real pain. So it can beggar off again and let me get on with my life! I will of course examine my emotional and psychological processes of the last few days to see what has triggered the pain. I won't have to look far - there are family problems brewing.... usually the cause...
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